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soldiers are presumed dead. what may have played a role. >> and this morning scientists say california is more likely than ever to get hit by an 8.0 earthquake or larger. good morning. thank are for joining us. i am kristen sze. >> i am eric thomas. >> leyla gulen is here with remark and meteorologist mike nicco has the weather forecast. >> all about mother nature. earthquakes. rain. no other concerns. live doppler hd shows the rain and the better radar runs are slipping through the eastern part of danville and around blackhawk and shadow creek and you can see we are transitioning to scattered showers for the peninsula and into the north bay and that will be the case moving forward but we still do have san jose 101 and 880 with light rain
falling and we will keep it in the forecast through the morning commute and a few scattered showers by noon and 60 and mostly clouds by 4:00 low-to-mid 60s and a dry evening mid-50s to low 60s. >> sometimes we have to be the bearer of bad news but folks need to know it is slick and dangerous. >> i am thinking about the earthquake and that is frightening. >> walnut creek southbound 680 is looking busy and northbound too, but we are still expensing wet conditions and the san mateo bridge is an area where we do have wet conditions. when you get across the peninsula, that is where the troubling is we do have one accident near sfo involving an overturned vehicle and other vehicles that have slid off the road ways with vehicles ahead. we start with breaking news great san francisco's mission district. right now firefighters are on the scene of a two-alarm fire
and amy hollyfield just got to the scene and joins us from 24th and treat. >> i have the fire chief here to give us the latest information. let me bring in the fire chief, hayes-white. we were called to the intersection of 24th and treat and we started working the fire and residential above the commercial structure. the fire was contained at 4:50 and under control at 5:00 and we transported five family members three to san francisco general where life threatening injuries a father and two children and the mother and other child went to st. francis with serious inhalation injuries. >> tell us about the rescue. >> crews did an incredible job, going to second alarm. they rescued two boys out the front window behind me where the ladder is.
the young girl down the stairs, the entrance, and they brought the mom and dad out the back is they used three different techniques to evacuation. in the lick store below we had two people sleeping there in the back that could not get out and we cut the pad look to get them out. i am told upon arrival there was heavy smoke and visible flames. the fire was contained to a front room in the residential unit but we have arson to determine the cause and origin. >> too early to say. do you have anything suspicious jump out? >> not at this time, 90 minutes in and we will be here all day trying to figure it out. >> critical injuries. >> one of the boys is also very serious. >> you have a brave tone and worried. >> i am worried. concerned for the family.
they had everyone out in minutes but they had suffered serious injuries. "will head over to see how they are doing so i ask you to keep them in your prayers. >> that is chief hayes-white briefing us on what happened at this fire which is out. the focus is on the family all family members have been taken to the hospital. now, in los altos all lanes of northbound 280 of open again following the fatal crash and two vehicles collided after 1:45 near foothill express way and c.h.p. said they hit the center divide and one driver was ejected and died at the scene. the other was not hurt. no word on the cause of the accident. c.h.p. said there is no evidence that drugs or alcohol played a role. >> from florida in the last hour, a military official
confirmed 11 marines and soldiers are now presumed dead after the blackhawk helicopter crashed on a training mission from the air force base in the florida panhandle. the cause of the crash is not yet known but officials say dense fog could have played a part. it shows a look at the heavy fog conditions at the air force base. a blackhawk helicopter was carrying four soldiers and seven marines. crew open board was taking part in a routine training mission over a stretch of beach. pilots usually wear night vision goggles and the aircraft disappeared at 8 ok -- 8:30 last night. debris was spotted only a couple of hours ago. >> there was fog. doug not know if it was a contributing factor. when rescue arrived on the scene this was limited visibility. >> names of those on board are not released but they were from
camp legeune in north carolina and the army crew was from the national guard in louisiana. moments ago an official at the air force base said human remains have been found. coast guard crews found part of a rotor in the water and are sending for more. near the air force base in the florida panhandle you can see it is extremely foggy with the emergency equipment and this is recovery operation right now and all hands on board the hip corporate were lost and the seven marines belong to a special operations unit from camp legeune, north carolina and the four arm members belong to a national guard out of indiana and all 11 are lost. >> the doctors medical center board will vote on a $2 million deal allowing the hospital to make payroll for medical staff and prevent a closure.
the city council agreed to buy 2.5 acre part of the campus which is a parking lot for the casino that is near. san pablo and working do see if they can afford buying the area for $7.5 million. they are running at a deficit each year of $18 million. >> a deal to sell three nonprofit hospitals in the bay area is off and they are likely to file for bankruptcy involving a total of the charity hospital in california, six of them, including one in san jose and daly city. prime health care said that 300 conditions set down by state attorney general kamala harris are deal breakers. her response: they are confirming that continuity of the health care services in the community is not their priority. >> the woman suing a silicon valley venture capital firm for
discrimination faces more blistering cross-examination enshe returns to the stand today. the lead tone for kleiner perkins grilled olden powell saying they proceed foesed love and discussed having children but it soured when she claims she faced retaliation at kleiner perk ins after ending the relationship and claim she was denied a promotion because of gender bias. >> a dire earthquake warning for california. the agency that monitors earthquakes revised their estimates for when the big one might hit and the age says that the odds of an 8.30 earthquake striking in the next 30 years has gone up by almost 50 percent. the new prediction is based on improved computer modeling and now the likelihood of more than one fault rupturing at the same time. >> we used to look at separate faults and said this fault can produce 7 america -- earthquake
because it is so long but we did not consider the possibility that the two fault could go together. and a real innovation in the study was considering the possibility this could can go together. >> the new prediction said the findings take into account newly discovered fault zones and the possible that an earthquake can jump from fault to fault. >> never thought about that or thought it was possible. we are finding out new things all time. it is slick on the roads because of the rain. mike? >> something only to concerned with immediately the morning commute and the wet weather. we have a shower stretching from richmond through emeryville and oakland across the bay bridge into san francisco and 280 to daly city and south san francisco and that area. the steady rain is in the east bay and into the south bay.
temperatures are in the mid-50s and sunnyvale at 58. most of us in the mid-50 until bodega bay at 52 and calistoga at 49. it is mild this morning. from the exploritorium you can see any rain falling is super light because the visibility is grabbing a little bit and as we head into the afternoon expect sunshine and dry for the commute, 60 at the coast and 62 to 69 inland and the bay. >> we are not making a dent in the drought but we are seeing dense traffic because of an accident caused by the wet conditions. the macarthur maze shows traffic is not too bad and it is moving along but we do have slow conditions the closer you get to the toll plaza as you make the roundabout you apply the breaks. we do have this crash and it is involving an overturned taxi and another crash behind it outside
of 101 at sfo at millbrae avenue. thank you. >> coming up county death by firing squad? a state is a step closer to allowing this follow of execution. >> first spying on constitutes, the california college now trying to track down a peeping tom. five words help police a case in california with a spray paint confession left behind by a scorned lover. stay tuned. mt. hood was left off the list. so was the oregon coast, the columbia river gorge and the painted hills. smith rock and the wallowas are all missing. whoever named the seven wonders never set foot in oregon
covering cupertino concord, wine country and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. 6:14 on wednesday morning. tasks pore joining us, the skyline of san francisco from the exploritorium camera, a little bit of rain and roads are slick so be very careful. mike is monitoring the weather and leyla is watching the roads. adeath by firing squad is closer to law in utah with lawmakers allowing for the use of firing squad to carry owe the death penalty if there is a shortage of drug use for lethal
injection. there is a shortage of the drugs. the sponsor of the bill said fiving askeds are humane because train markedmen are faster than drugs. it is now clear if the governor plans on signing the measure. new revelations are coming from the documented leaked by former n.s.a. contractor snowden and the c.i.a. has been trying to break the apple encryption on the iphones and the apps they use. the report does not say how successful the c.i.a. has been but it sheds new lie on the government efforts to exploit any mobile security gaps for intercepting personal information from phone calls and e-mails. privacy concerns this morning at a college in sacramento because of peepholes popping up in the men's restrooms. officials say the peepholes are made through the ways of bathroom stalls and the problem is not new but those with work at school say it has been an off-and-on issue for the last
decade. >> if a hole is found metal and screws are used to cover it. at this point, it is not clear if the peepholes are used to spy on other students because no one has ever actually been caught in the act. >> a colorado man is scheduled to appear in court after police say he burned down his ex-wife's home in an apartment act of -- an act of revenge. when crews arrived at the burned down home they found "my wife is a cheater," spray painted on the house and debris said this was an explosion, no one was hurt and reports say the woman who lived in the home divorced her husband just last year. >> thousands of women gathered in san francisco for a day of inspiration and many at abc7 got to spend time at the professional business women of california conference in san francisco. we sponsored a booth and cheryl jennings emceed the event.
the conference was formed 26 years ago by jackie speier to level the playing field for women. >> women need to have each other 's back. that is what we are doing. more than 5,500 attended the conference. we have highlights at abc7news.com. it 6:17 and the weather forecast. still, extraing the rain. it is light. enough to cause slickness and accidents. we will talk to leyla about that ahead. antioch is showing an upstick in the intenseity. to brentwood and oakley. the rest of us have light to dark green so sprinkles to a
light rain in fremont to palo alto to the south bay where everyone is getting wet. as you head to the north we see transition over the scattered lighter showers from novato and petaluma and is true until 9:00. steady light rain will change over to scattered showers between 7:00 and 9:00 that will cover the entire area. looking up at the north bay here is san rafael 101 is better northbound and the headlights coming at us from the south and walnut creek light rain with spray looking south along 680. scattered showers and dry in the afternoon so the morning commute is most affected. fog forms tonight and we need just a little bit of moisture for the fog to region rate.
still looking at warm possible records in weekend. today, pretty close to average from upper 50s to low 60s along the coast and to the monterey bay santa cruz at 66 and mid-to-upper 60 for our bay and inland neighborhoods. tonight, clearing sky and the fog forming around the bay and into the north bay and along the coast and temperatures are 10- or 15-degrees cooler with mid-to-upper 40s inland and upper 40s to low 50s for the bay shore and to the coast. the cold front is moving across the neighbor and when it does the morning light commute becomes elevated moisture like it was yesterday and it will not be left with a lot of cloud cover and a few breaks and sunshine. we between 9:00 and 2:00 we will have the best chance of scattered light showers is after that game on. 60 on friday at the coast and 70s inland.
some of us could touch 80 around the bay and inland. >> be safe, indeed. san jose 87 you can see traffic is calm moving along just fine but we do have quite a few problems across the bay area. we have a vehicle that slid off the road and you can see the area shaded in green we have rain on the ground. wet conditions at cherry glenn. eastbound 780 another accident is cleared and a solo in san leandro southbound side of 880 we have ten vehicles pull off of the road in the center divider or off for the right-hand side something to do with construction and we are looking at delays as a result of that and in parka another solo spinout the person driving is trapped in the vehicle. thank you leyla $1
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good morning at 6:24 on wednesday with a look at san jose with traffic moving fine despite the light rain. be careful. >> we will check now with "good morning america" at 7:00. >> good morning, eric and kristen on "good morning america" the dramatic kidnapping attempt caught on tape. we will have the details from the hero siblings speaking out for the first time in an exclusive on "good morning america" next. new this morning apple is planning a new feature to the next investigation of the iphone due out this year. according to the "wall street journal" apple will add the new touch technology involving sensors that distinguish between a light touch or a deep press so you can criminal a device depending on how hard you push which will be available on the
new mac book and watch and could add a pink colored casing option to the next iphone. >> authorities in france are sing the highway for 15 armed assailants between paris and leon ambushing two unmarked vans carrying the jewels on a french highway. officers later found the vans burned in a forest near the site of the ambush but the jewels were not found. the morning news continues with the top stories at 6:30. >> federal authorities raid bay area businesses accused of running illegal gambling operations and what they found cross the south bay. >> we are following our breaking news with a dozen marines and soldiers feared dead, presumed dead after a blackhawk training mission goes terribly wrong. i am extraing light rain and scattered showers on live
live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good wednesday morning at 6:29 a look in san jose, the rain knows its way to san jose, doesn't it? good morning everyone thanks for starting your day with us. >> it sure did. i am eric thomas with leyla gulen. what do you have? live doppler hd shows where the better radar is with dark green not of lafayette so 680 and 242 and out highway 4 to bay point and pittsburg is where we have some. and rain in san jose.
we have a backdrop for the 12 hour day planner with light rain from 7:00 7:00 to 9:00 we transition to scattered showers until noon and maybe 2:00 in the north bay and by 4:00 our 12 hour day planner is showing a drying trend low-to-mid 60 for the evening commute and you will not need the umbrella this morning with democrats in the mid-50s to low 60. we have problems. >> we do. because of conditions with slick roads and that is causing several solo spinouts and overturned vehicles and the san mateo bridge is building across the peninsula from hayward so the drive in the westbound direction is busyier than eastbound and the and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. -- and the and all the bay area this is abc7 the bay bridge toll plaza. >> an second accident at the
construction zone of marina boulevard. >> in florida a recovery mission underway after a military helicopter crashes. 11 service men and women are presumed dead. our reporter has been following this all morning and is here with the latest. military officials say human remains are now washing ashore and everyone on poor the helicopter is presumed dead. this is video from the air force base in florida and you can see emergency vehicles and very heavy fog and officials say the dense fog could have played a factor in the crash carrying four soldiers and 15 marines was trying over the stretch of beach when it went down and taking part in routine training mission where pilots where night vision goggle with a dense fog advisory in the area and this morning a coast guard vessel parted part of aircraft in the water can now
the human remains. the army crew was from the national guard in louisiana and the officers were from camp legeune in north carolina. the names have not opinion released. we have continuing coverage on the blackhawk crash and "good morning america" will have the latest coming up at 7:00 after the morning news. now the south bay where a federal agent is cracking down on illegal casinos emthat were operating inside several local businesses and inside they found illegal slot machines and other gaming positions. matt is in san jose. >> this was raided last night a cafe with a security gate and a few feet away the weapons are all darkened and surveillace cameras pointing outside. inside there is something the people wented to remain hidden especially from the miss. check out what was found last night on tully road: a dozen
gambling machines loaded and the unmarked s.u.v. this sting was federal, state, and local agencies would being together on this and they raided 11 vietnamese owned cafes and bars and restaurants where illegal gambling is taking place mostly on and on the other hand tully road. a moving truck was filled with illegal slot machines and other galing devices. >> we took out machines and chairs and stacked them inside and they are showing body parts. >> self people were questioned and detained but there is no confirmation if anyone was arrested. police have said the illegal gambling sites attract other illegal activities such as drugs, prostitution and violence including murder. police say 100 gambling machines were seized during the raids
last night. in the east bay albany police are investigating their first murder if a decade. a 37-year-old student at ucfs, randhir paul, was found dead if her apartment on machine. she was in her last year of school at the school of dentistry and found in a pool of blood with a bullet casing nearby. neighbors her gunshot on sunday but no one reported it because they does not realize what it was. >> just learned of this. it is shocking much this is a safe neighbor. i am surprised to hear it. police have not said if they have a suspect. at this point, no one has been arrested. >> silicon valley's largest water agency is having second thoughts of a proposed rate hike in the face of customer outcry. officials with the santa clara water district suggested reducing the proposed rate hike this year from 31 percent to 19 percent and the small are rate hike works if the agency
adjusted the transfer of funds foe seismic repairs on the anderson dam and left staff vacancies open. the board will vote in may. >> hillary clinton is facing pressure of her decision to use her private e-mail to conduct government business when she served as secretary of state. she said looking back her actions were a mistake but rejected accusations that she created a security risk or violated the law. former secretary of state spoke publicly about the controversy yesterday and said during the four years as the top diplomat she exchanged 60,000 half work-related. >> looking back it would be better to use two separate phones and two e-mail accounts. i thought using one device was simpler and obviously it hasn't worked out that way. >> clinton said no e-mail exchanges contain classified information. president barack obama news
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fresno. the seven-day forecast shows near record high temperatures friday through tuesday. >> we have more information on what has happened here in san leandro southbound 880 all the bubbles populating along 880 in the southbound direction because of a major act and you can see we are down to five miles per hour in some areas and we have at least five peoples in the center divider and five or six on the right hand side more than ten cars are affected. mass transit is the way do go with 53 bart trains on time and muni has in delays recorded for bus or rail and ace train 3, 5 and 7 all rolling on time. other parts of the bay area more clarification on this is an overturned pingup highway one is expect delays. >> trading is underway on wall
covering novato, oakland sunnyvale by area, this is abc7 news. >> firefighters rescued a family of five from a burning home in the mission district. amy hollyfield is at the scene at 24th and street. amy? >> the family of five was rescued out of the second story apartment. all five the pair and two kids were taken to san francisco general hospital with life threatening injuries and the mother is southern were taken to st. francis with serious smoke inhalation injuries. two kids were pulled out of the frontrunner and the daughter out the back back and the dad out the back window. >> it is difficult to see them
emotional scene with people screaming and yellow dark and heavy smoke active scene and make five rescues from different points is wonderful. >> it happened at 24th and street at 4:30 in the morning. the fire is out. firefighters have looked around the apartment and say most of the fire damage is to the front living area of the home. they have no idea at this point what caused it. this happened above a liquor store. look at the picture of the liquor store you can see the door had to be busted down. the fire chief said two people were sleeping inside the liquor store and the front door was padlocked on the outside. they could not get out. firefighters had to bust down the door to get to them to save them. they ran away. it appears they were not hurt. fires could not folk to them but would like to investigate that. obviously, that is an unsafe
situation. they say they will be out here most of the day have thing this fire. 6:46. a costco worker who always put as smile on shopper's faces has had the tables turned. >> fin got a kleenex? >> we are at costco... >> customers at san ramon store learned that harley had kidney cancer that spread to the bones and doctors say he might have 2 1/2 years. he also has multiple sclerosis. a group calling them harley's angels presented he and his wife with a beach get away including hotel, gas and spending money. he and his wife do not have kids but he spoils the children of shoppers by drawing flowers or monkeys on pick of receipts. he is about spreading the show. >> if all of this attention on
me has done anything for bone cancer and m.s. i would like to send that forward and turn it around and use that to raise we funds for other hospitals. >> he has would bed at san ramon costco for nearly 22 years and has no plans to quick. >> customers will not let him quit. >> target is releasing new details of job cuts. >> at&t vs. verizon. which is fast we for smartphone users? here is money report. jane king has that. >> jane? >> good morning a slight rebound after the sell off yesterday the dow is up 50 and s&p 500 and nasdaq are higher in the single digits. target revealed the lay off details cutting 1,700 jobs in minneapolis and leave unfilled another 1,400 jobs to save the company $2 billion over two years. if there is a company right new
that does not need a break on rent it is apple but that is what is happening. landlords are so eager to lease space to apple because it is a traffic magnet allowing apple to negotiate lower rent and puts upward pressure on other tenant lesions. apple draws so many shoppers their stores single-handedly lift seas -- sales by 5 >> at&t is found faster than verizon according to the tests. it was faster by 22 percent. speed is important as we watch youtube and download votes and photos. >> starbucks has expanded mobile ordinarying that allows if help to place orders and fix them up without waiting expanded from portland oregon, to washington state, idaho and alaska next week.
>> we have the slowest service. how done do you have to wait? another second? or two? >> time is money. >> how is the weather? >> you want the app to load as possible so you can watch live doppler hd if you are away from the tv. brownie points for that? >> from kristen. not from me. >> live doppler hd bay point pittsburg, west leland road and highway 4, we have pulling away from danville and headed right up to mount diabolo and it is wet if you are going for a bicycle ride or a jog and wet weather from san mateo bridge into the south bay where the steady rain has been the last couple of hours along the east bay because the north bay is starting to see the showers become very scattered in nature
the transition for the rest of us between 7:00 and 9:00 as the cold front moves. expect to have slick streets like we have here even if it is not raining. 280 and 17 you can see light rain and spray being check the up from all cars traveling through san jose. as we head from 9:00 to the early afternoon scattered showers and clouds for the evening. clouds clear and fog forms and warm temperatures this weekend. today, clouds and rain will bring us back to average mid-to-upper 60s in the bay and inland and upper 50s to low 60s along the coast until...santa cruz at 66 degrees. you can see the fog forming and it does not take much moisture with the moisture trapped in the lower level it will be significantly cooler tonight. mid-to-upper 40s inland and upper 40s to low 50s around the bay and toward the coast.
as the cold front moves cross you can see behind it a sharp line between the steady rain and the scattered showers and sunshine late into the afternoon hours as the elevated long plume of moisture does not give up much more in the way of rain. we are around .01" to most of us end up with under .1". dry through next week. walnut creek is very slow and it looks like it is stopping as you round corner to pain street and at highway 24 it crunches there and you get on to highway 24 it does not look too bad and from the san rafael toll plaza building and all we sear the headlights from richmond to the toll plaza to get across the water it will take you now ten minutes so a slow down enter the
north bay. as we traffic weather and traffic you can see all of the green is an indication of where we have the wet roads causing problems all morning long with several accidents involving overturned vehicles and spinouts so it is slippery after the oil buildup. ten vehicles are involved in a crash southbound 880 at marina with backups all the way up to oakland airport northbound. it eases up the closer you get to high street. >> we have seven things to know before you go. >> first, a look at the bay bridge toll plaza with weather and traffic through the commercial break. mt. hood was left off the list. so was the oregon coast, the columbia river gorge and the painted hills. smith rock and the wallowas are all missing. whoever named the seven wonders never set foot in oregon because even crater lake was left off their list.
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here are seven things to know before you go. it is a wet commute. especially for the east bay. the peninsula from the dumbarton bridge south to the southbound bay, i will put this in motion you can see the light rain is moving off with scattered showers behind it through the early afternoon hours and building mostly cloudy this afternoon. we have temperatures ranging around 60 at the coast and 62 to 69 inland and around the bay. this is a morning commute event. >> two a look at 280 you see the ribbon of headlights to
the cupertino area away from 680. it will take you 21 minutes. the macarthur maze is packed to get across the bridge into san francisco and a whopping 25 minutes. as we take you to hayward, san leandro, two accidents southbound 880 at marina boulevard, another block all but one lane. >> a family five is in the hospital after being rescued this morning from a burning building in san francisco's mission district. a father and two children are in critical condition and a per -- mother and another in serious condition. >> military official said 11 service member are presumed dead after helicopter crashed during a night training exercise at air force base in florida. according to to the human remains have washed ashore. fog may have been a factor. >> break overnight, an investigation is underway into
the cause of the fatal accident on northbound 280 happening after 1:45 this morning near the foothill expressway with two vehicles hitting the center divide and one person died at the sketch. a new earthquake warning in california, with the odds of 8.30 going up dramatically and they can occur on multiple faults at the same time, a 99 percent chance of a 6.7 will hit northern california in the next 30 years. >> transportation officials deciding whether to pay for a study to eliminate toll takers at seven state-owned bridges in the bay area with cameras taking pictures of license plates of those without transbonders and are maimed similar to what happens at the golden gate bridge. back here in 25 minutes with news and weather and traffic. see you
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good morning, america, and breaking news. seven marines and four soldiers presumed dead after an army black hawk goes down in heavy fog, crashing during a training exercise in florida. we'll have the very latest for you right now. hillary on the hot seat. the former secretary of state finally answers questions about that private e-mail controversy. >> i thought using one device would be simpler and obviously it hasn't worked out that way. >> admitting she deleted some personal messages but claims she broke no rules. the new questions this morning. an abc news exclusive. the family of that little boy snatched out of his stroller speaking out for the first time. >> i thought he was trying to kidnap him. >> the hero sister and brother who came to the rescue sharing their story. what they're saying this morning about those heart-pounding moments as they chased the kidnapper down the street.